Australian violinist Simone Slattery is one of the country’s most versatile young musicians and performers, with a passion for music from a wide range of eras. Her performances nationally and internationally, on both modern and baroque violin, have received critical acclaim. Simone has appeared as soloist, recitalist and chamber musician throughout Australia and overseas, and performs with ensembles including L’Arpeggiata, the Bachvereniging, the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestra of the Antipodes, the Australian Haydn Ensemble, Ironwood Ensemble, and the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.
Simone began her formal violin studies at the University of Adelaide Elder Conservatorium of Music, before moving to Melbourne to study at the prestigious Australian National Academy of Music. She has received training in Australia, the USA, Canada and Europe, and has been a past Banff Centre Creative Resident and Britten-Pears Emerging Artist. She is the recipient of awards from the Ian Potter Cultural Trust, the Thomas Elder Overseas Fund, the Australian String Quartet and the Elder Conservatorium of Music. Simone recently completed PhD studies at the University of Adelaide, and is a 2019 Churchill Fellow.
We would like to thank the following members of our Masterclass Giving Circle, whose collective support will enable the artistic development of the next generation of Australian chamber musicians: Nicholas Callinan AO & Elizabeth Callinan, Caroline & Robert Clemente, Allan Myers AC QC & Maria Myers AC, Patricia H Reid Endowment Fund, Andrew Sisson AO & Tracey Sisson, Mick and Margaret Toller, Anonymous (2).
Musica Viva Masterclasses in Western Australia are supported by Wesfarmers Arts.
Dates & Times
|Perth||27 Apr 9:30am – 11:30am|
|Melbourne||13 May 1pm – 3pm|
|Free for Monash, UWA and WAAPA students with ID|
The University of Western Australia, Conservatorium of Music
35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley
Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, Monash University
55 Scenic Boulevard, Clayton